"The e326 has a starting price of $2,189, but most customers will buy more powerful configurations costing more than $4,000. The systems can accommodate as much as 16GB of memory, have two 100MHz PCI slots and use faster memory than the e325. They're rack-mounted computers 1.75 inches thick. "
All the hardware world seems under the spell of dual-core right now, and rightly so. It presents a wonderful step forward in PC workstation and server hardware. And, of course, all of that tense competition between AMD and Intel to see who will be the multi-core king is great for the consumer, if it means better technology and lower prices.